Poland may not have sufficient funds to finance the entire “sponger gang” of the institutions similar to the Polish Institute of National Remembrance, which researches why Poland should not take part in the celebrations of the anniversary of the WWII victory.
After leaving the EU, Great Britain will not stop its anti-Russian policy. On the contrary, UK wants to be in a leading position on the anti-Russian issue.
This is a recurring pro-Kremlin disinformation narrative linking the UK and Russophobia with no evidence provided. Russophobia is often used in pro-Kremlin disinformation as an explanation for anyone blaming Russia for anything. By accusing Western societies of “Russophobia”, pro-Kremlin propaganda outlets downgrade criticism of Kremlin policies and actions to being somehow irrational and not worthy of a serious reply.
Read previous disinformation message stating that Russophobia is an integral part of British foreign policy, that After Brexit, the UK will lead a Russophobic camp in Europe, "Great Britain is the main locomotive of Russophobia in the world", UK uses the Skripal case to become a leader of a new campaign of the West against Russia.